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Poster: Markuseye Date: Aug 6, 2013 6:01am
Forum: feature_films Subject: Re: Menschen am Sonntag / people on sunday

LordOfTheExacto, thanks for your quick response!
I was confused because some films are branded with creative commons licenses like: Attribution 3.0 Wich is particularly open for commercial use amd "remixes".
And feature films is open for "viewing and downloading" So i wasn´t sure, if i can use it for my documentary.

Kind regards Markus

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Poster: LordOfTheExacto Date: Aug 6, 2013 9:21am
Forum: feature_films Subject: Re: Menschen am Sonntag / people on sunday

Ah. I understand. Creative Commons is a recent thing. It's used for material that's put on the internet by its creator. It (I believe) allows free downloading and non-commercial use, but requires permission to change it or to use it commercially. A 1930 film would be older than the creative commons license. If it's on the Archive, then it's public domain, which means there is no copyright of any kind on it. You can use public domain material in any way you want.

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